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Admin13.07.2021

How To Tell Fake or Reproduction Nippon from Real Nippon

Tall Nippon vase with moriage decoration of a dragon, ca.
Admin27.06.2021

Nippon Porcelain Coralene Collection, ca. 1910

On a tea set purchased in Japan in 1946.
9907
Admin30.06.2021

Antique Nippon Porcelain

This mark seems to have been used only for one year, 1947, after which is was replaced by the pre-war Noritake backstamp in 1948.
1001
Admin06.09.2021

Pottery Mark Query Double T Double Diamond

Gifu, Kyoto, Kanazawa and Kagoshima are the principal localities where the goods are manufactured".
3205
Admin18.08.2021

New Porcelain Marked Nippon

Please note the manufacturing defect that is going through the mark, this is the only pic we have of this stamp, sorry.
8309
Admin22.08.2021

Nippon Ceramics

Probably last quarter 20th century.
1008
Admin13.06.2021

Nippon Porcelain Coralene Collection, ca. 1910

Three methods were used: 1 rolled slip was applied manually; 2 tubing or slip trailing similar to icing a cake; and 3 the brushing of liquid slip.
7205
Admin23.08.2021

Modern Japanese Pottery and Porcelain Marks (窯印): NORITAKE

Their technique and skills were the traditional but the products were commercial, except a few true artisans, such as for example the Makuzu company.
6006
Admin03.08.2021

Nippon Reproductions: Patterns and Marks

Hence, Nippon rather than Japan appeared on Japanese export goods from 1891 through 1921.
2105